Filip Remunda graduated from FAMU – documentary directing department in the masterclass of Karel Vachek. He was awarded for his film Village B at the Karlovy Vary IFF in 2002. Together with Vít Klusák, he created "film reality show" about the fictional hypermarket Czech Dream (2004). Existential film-jam session about three Jazz musicians Steam on the River won the Slovak Film Academy Award in 2016. Remunda's family pandemic story Chickens, Virus and Us received several environmental awards in 2021. In 2001, he co-founded the Institute of Documentary Film In 2003, together with Vít Klusák, he founded an independent production company Hypermarket Film, which is behind the ranks in the global context of successful feature films documentaries.